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  • Post last modified:February 16, 2018

Nobel’s Last Will


nobelslastwillOn the same night as the Nobel Prizes are awarded in Stockholm, an assassin kills the Nobel Committe chair; everybody assumes the killer made a mistake, except tabloid reporter Annika Bengtzon (Malin Crépin). After two previous Swedish thrillers starring Bengtzon, this new project with a younger incarnation of the reporter looks bland, lacks thrills (in spite of its spectacular opening) and suffers from a less than convincing depiction of how cops and journalists work.

2012-Sweden. 90 min. Color. Directed by Peter Flinth. Novel: Liza Marklund. Cast: Malin Crépin (Annika Bengtzon), Björn Kjellman (Anders Schyman), Leif Andrée (Spiken), Kajsa Ernst, Erik Johansson, Felix Engström… Per Graffman, Björn Granath, Ia Langhammer, Pia Johansson.

Trivia: Original title: Nobels testamente. First in a series of six films; the other five went straight to DVD.

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